Industry and Technology
The Labour Party’s sudden discovery of technology, forged in the white heat of Harold Wilson’s speech to the 1963 Party Conference at Scarborough, had a double significance for the politics of the sixties. Not only did it set Labour on the path back to power; it also heralded a style of Government interventionism quite new in British politics.
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